Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition. Formed from three bands from the midlands - Finders Keepers, featuring Mel Galley (guitar/vocals), Dave Holland (drums) and Glenn Hughes (bass/vocals), plus the Montanas' John Jones (vocals/trumpet) and Terry Rowley (keyboards/guitar/flute) - Trapeze were discovered by The Moody Blues, and snapped up for their own label, Threshold Records. Trapeze would record three albums for Threshold. You Are The Music  We're Just The Band was released in 1972. By the time of their second record, Trapeze had scaled down to the classic power trio of Mel Galley, Dave Holland and Glenn Hughes, finding their definitive sound, with a unique mixture of blues, soul and hard rock, which found them plenty of fans in America. Recorded at Decca Studios and Island Studios in London, their third album was produced by Neil Slaven, with it's release preceded by the 'Coast To Coast' single. The album includes a number of notable guests, including B. J. Cole on steel guitar for 'Keepin' Time' and 'Coast to Coast', plus Rod Argent on electric piano for 'Coast to Coast' and piano on 'Feelin' So Much Better Now'. Glenn Hughes would leave Trapeze to join Deep Purple in 1973, leaving Mel Galley and Dave Holland to soldier on for the remainder of the 1970s, periodically reforming this classic three-piece line-up.
Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition. Formed from three bands from the midlands - Finders Keepers, featuring Mel Galley (guitar/vocals), Dave Holland (drums) and Glenn Hughes (bass/vocals), plus the Montanas' John Jones (vocals/trumpet) and Terry Rowley (keyboards/guitar/flute) - Trapeze were discovered by The Moody Blues, and snapped up for their own label, Threshold Records. Trapeze would record three albums for Threshold. You Are The Music  We're Just The Band was released in 1972. By the time of their second record, Trapeze had scaled down to the classic power trio of Mel Galley, Dave Holland and Glenn Hughes, finding their definitive sound, with a unique mixture of blues, soul and hard rock, which found them plenty of fans in America. Recorded at Decca Studios and Island Studios in London, their third album was produced by Neil Slaven, with it's release preceded by the 'Coast To Coast' single. The album includes a number of notable guests, including B. J. Cole on steel guitar for 'Keepin' Time' and 'Coast to Coast', plus Rod Argent on electric piano for 'Coast to Coast' and piano on 'Feelin' So Much Better Now'. Glenn Hughes would leave Trapeze to join Deep Purple in 1973, leaving Mel Galley and Dave Holland to soldier on for the remainder of the 1970s, periodically reforming this classic three-piece line-up.
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You Are The Music: We're Just The Band (Dlx) (Uk)
Artist: Trapeze
Format: CD
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Keepin' Time
2. Coast To Coast
3. What Is A Woman's Role
4. Way Back To The Bone
5. Feelin' So Much Better Now
6. Will Our Love End
7. Loser
8. You Are The Music
9. Coast To Coast (Mono Version) 1
10. Good Love 1
11. Dat's It 1
12. You Are The Music (Radio One In Concert 1973) 1
13. What Is A Woman's Role (Radio One In Concert 1973) 1
14. Way Back To The Bone  (Radio One In Concert 1973) 1
15. Your Love Is Alright (Radio One In Concert 1973) 1
16. Black Cloud (Dallas 1972) 1
17. Way Back To The Bone (Houston 1972) 1
18. You Are The Music (Houston 1972) 1
19. Jury (Houston 1972) 2
20. Seafull (Houston 1972) 2
21. Your Love Is Alright (Houston 1972) 2
22. Medusa (Houston 1972) 2
23. Black Cloud  (Houston 1972) 2
24. Touch My Life (Houston 1972) 2
25. Keepin' Time (Houston 1972)

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Digitally remastered and expanded two CD edition. Formed from three bands from the midlands - Finders Keepers, featuring Mel Galley (guitar/vocals), Dave Holland (drums) and Glenn Hughes (bass/vocals), plus the Montanas' John Jones (vocals/trumpet) and Terry Rowley (keyboards/guitar/flute) - Trapeze were discovered by The Moody Blues, and snapped up for their own label, Threshold Records. Trapeze would record three albums for Threshold. You Are The Music  We're Just The Band was released in 1972. By the time of their second record, Trapeze had scaled down to the classic power trio of Mel Galley, Dave Holland and Glenn Hughes, finding their definitive sound, with a unique mixture of blues, soul and hard rock, which found them plenty of fans in America. Recorded at Decca Studios and Island Studios in London, their third album was produced by Neil Slaven, with it's release preceded by the 'Coast To Coast' single. The album includes a number of notable guests, including B. J. Cole on steel guitar for 'Keepin' Time' and 'Coast to Coast', plus Rod Argent on electric piano for 'Coast to Coast' and piano on 'Feelin' So Much Better Now'. Glenn Hughes would leave Trapeze to join Deep Purple in 1973, leaving Mel Galley and Dave Holland to soldier on for the remainder of the 1970s, periodically reforming this classic three-piece line-up.